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USB Type-C plug

USB-C stands for “Universal Serial Bus Type-C”, a newer type of USB connector that was introduced in 2015.  It supports the USB 3.1 specification which can produce data transfer speeds of up to 10 Gbps, and more recently USB 3.2, which can produce data transfer speeds of up to 20 Gbps.

Unlike the previous USB-A (common rectangular shape), USB-B (square shape), USB mini and micro connectors that could only be plugged into a device one way, the USB-C connector is reversible, meaning you can easily connect it in either orientation without worrying about plugging it in the wrong way.

There is no mini or micro version of USB-C as the port size is already compact, and is commonly featured on more recent laptops, tablets and Android smartphones.

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